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What are you listening too

Post by PetFCtr » Tue Feb 28, 2006 8:52 pm

Now that Petra is not around anymore. Besides listening to what Petra has put out over the years. Who else are you all listening to....
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Post by yamasaaaki har har » Tue Feb 28, 2006 10:11 pm

Weird Al, man. I have all of his 11 studio albums now. With a few minor exceptions (like "Genius in France"), his wacky lyrics are fantastic.
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Post by timserdynski » Tue Feb 28, 2006 10:22 pm

The Killers, The Class of 98, Hillsong, Casting Pearls, Keane, Coldplay, Collective Soul, Morning Wood, The Dark Romantics, OLD Whiteheart, Michael Knott, The Fire Theft, Diffuser, Chris Tomlin, OLD Scarecrow & Tinmen, Cool Hand Luke, Crash Test Dummies, Phil Collins, Legends of Rodeo, so many more. Can't have one favorite.
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Post by Toby » Wed Mar 01, 2006 5:31 am

My favourites at the moment are: Petra, Stryper, Toto, Krokus, Aerosmith, Scorpions... 8)
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Post by Michael » Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:18 am

TobyMac, ZoeGirl, Newsboys. Getting revved up for Winter Jam this weekend!
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Post by executioner » Wed Mar 01, 2006 9:24 am

My Favs on this moment are:


Petra: Farewell
Jonah 33: Strangest Day
Bon Jovi: Have a Nice Day
Skillet: Alien Youth
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Post by Jonathan » Wed Mar 01, 2006 10:35 am

Los Lobos
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Post by RockOn » Wed Mar 01, 2006 11:18 am

Right now I'm listening to the sound of my arteries hardening as I get older by the minute! :( :shock:

Actually, I'm listening to:

Audio Adrenaline: Until My Heart Caves In
Petra: Farewell
Relient K: MMHMM
John Reuben: The Boy vs The Cynic
Thousand Foot Krutch: Phenomenon
Thousand Foot Krutch: The Art of Breaking

In the near future I'll be listening to:

Michael Card: The Hidden Face of God

And hopefully in the near, near future I'll be watching:

Petra: Farewell DVD

AND...

not to slight any of the other artists I'm listening to right now, but I REALLY MISS the unambiguous, biblical message Petra put into EVERY ONE of their songs! There's just something lacking with a lot of today's music. Not that we should be substituting music and entertainment for a real relationship with God through prayer, worship and reading of the Word, but Petra really seemed to keep everything in perspective.

A lot of today's groups are really good at musicianship and energy, but very ambiguous when it comes to mentioning "the reason for the hope that lies within them."
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Post by Petra24 » Wed Mar 01, 2006 11:27 am

Lots of sports talk radio and in case my brother sees this.....Sonrise!
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Post by js3971 » Wed Mar 01, 2006 3:14 pm

Third Day, Tree 63, Telecast, Hillsong, and some WhiteHeart.
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Post by charl » Wed Mar 01, 2006 3:17 pm

This makes me realize I've been too tired to listen to much lately...

Maybe I'll buy some of the albums on my wishlist at CD universe as it's about time to hear something new (to me). I still can't afford Screamin and Hollerin the Blues, so maybe I'll break down and buy the JSP set.
Then I'll be listening to Charley Patton.
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Post by greenchili » Wed Mar 01, 2006 6:59 pm

Well considering I have over 200+ albums on my ipod. :lol: Aside from listening to the Petra and G X Volz albums thru out the polls I'm conducting. I'm currently listening to Kenny Marks. Kevin Max will probably be next. Just last week I was listening to a little ELO.

Newest group on my list. Switchfoot, and Third Day. I just got a few switchfoot albums. Third Day I've had a while but just never took the time to sit down and really listen to them. Plus I've been thinking of going thru "Whitecross" again. But I've been busy with other things.
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Post by HudsonPethead » Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:08 pm

Right now, I'm listening

Petra - Farewell
Hillsong - God He Reigns
Stryper - Reborn
Whitecross - Nineteen Eighty Seven (The old Whitecross is finally back with this great album).
Day of Fire
and others.
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Post by calicowriter » Wed Mar 01, 2006 8:47 pm

Now that Petra is not around anymore. Besides listening to what Petra has put out over the years. Who else are you all listening to....
Well, maybe not too original, but besides Petra, how about John Schlitt?! :lol:

I also just bought the Live Worship CD from Newsong. I was really impressed when I saw them at the Soul2Soul Honors in Louisville in August. And, I'm listening to Farewell June.

On the secular front, Head East (surprise there, eh?), Keith Urban, and I dragged out an old Burton Cummings CD the other day.
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Post by e5c4p3artist » Thu Mar 02, 2006 12:39 am

Toby wrote:My favourites at the moment are: Petra, Stryper, Toto, Krokus, Aerosmith, Scorpions... 8)
Hey Toby, I see you mentioned Toto. Have you heard their latest yet? If so, what do you make of the "talking to his lover" line in the song "Spiritual Man." I'm still undecided about that one.
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